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      Ages 5-16                   May 30 - June 2

                                                $135 + deposit*
                                        June 5 - June 9

                                               $175 + deposit

     Drop off between 8:30-9:00

     Pick up between  3:00-3:30

     Extended care available 7:30-8:30 and 3:30-5:00**


*A $25 refundable deposit per week per child is due with registration to hold your child's place. Balance is due the first day of classes. 

**Extended care is available upon request for an extra fee. 

Week 1 Class Topics

May 30th:   

Farm Safety*, fermentation,  garden harvesting

May 31st: 

Seed starting, bread making, worms/soil

June 1st:

Eggs, solar powered cooking, insects

June 2nd:

Plant parts, fire cookery, irrigation

     Market Day:  Students staff a farmers market       as parents pick up


Week 2 Class Topics

June 5th:

Small animal handling, herbs, forestry

June 6th:

Chemistry of plants, sprouts, machines

June 7th:

Vegetable storage, pickling, invasive species

June 8th:

Eggs/babies, dehydrating, composting

June 9th: 

Companion planting, jams, succession planting

     Market Day:  Students staff a farmers market       as parents pick up

*Farm Safety is our number one priority, and safety guidelines are reviewed throughout the day. 

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Classes for Ages 5-10

Children ages five through ten will have more time than the older group for hands on exploration with each of the topics listed to the left.   Some of the activities this group will also enjoy include:​

  • Using loose parts to build an irrigation system for the water play table

  • Making a bird house to bring home

  • Using natural materials to make art

  • Playing in the seasonal creek

  • Participating in a daily storytime, with farm-related literacy activities

Classes for Ages 10-16

Children and young adults ages 10-16 will participate in activities throughout the day designed for their age, including: 

  • Learning teamwork skills on the low ropes course in the forest

  • Discovering how the farm runs as a business, including setting up and running a "Farmer's Market" 

  • Working on daily interest-led projects, such as building  a rain catchment system, setting up bird houses, and more!

Note that 10 year olds can choose to be in the younger or older group! 

Full Day Classes

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